CASNR Scholarship Winners

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources   will award a $500 scholarship to the top placing individuals in the following Career Development Events:

2019 CASNR Scholarship Winners
ContestStudentChapter
Agricultural Sales Tori Stoldorf Fillmore Central
Agronomy Olivia Leising Arapahoe/Holbrook
Environmental & Natural Resources Marissa Baker St. Paul
Farm & Agribusiness Management Samuel Wilkins Ainsworth
Floriculture Leighton Mlady West Holt
Food Science & Technology Colin Hoatson Sutherland
Meats Evaluation Kacey Dethlefs Ravenna
Nursery / Landscape Martin Wentworth West Holt
Poultry Evaluation Treaven Scheideler Ord
Senior Livestock Evaluation Heath Keiser Gothenburg
Veterinary Science Kendra Grodina Ogallala

Note:   To collect the scholarship, the recipient must be a full-time student enrolled in a CASNR degree program.

2018 CASNR Scholarship Winners

Agricultural Sales -Kelsi Weilage, Conestoga
Agronomy - Olivia Leising, Arapahoe / Holbrook
Environmental & Natural Resources - Mariss Baker, St. Paul
Farm Management - Luke Krabel, Adams Central
Floriculture - Carly Kozeal, Sargent
Food Science - Trent Theis, Superior
Senior Livestock Evaluation - Ross Klitz, West Point
Meats Evaluation - Adam Betke, Ravenna
Nursery & Landscape - Lindee Wentworth, West Holt
Poultry EvaluationChase Devries, Sandy Creek
Veterinary Science
Cord Lee, Wauneta-Palisade

2017 CASNR Scholarship Winners

Agricultural Sales - Sage Sherman, Hayes Center
Agronomy - Jared Stander, Ashland-Greenwood
Farm Management Daniel Mills, Morrill
Floriculture - Mason Hale, West Holt
Food Science - Joel Parker, Sioux County
Natural Resources - Eddie Fredrick, West Holt
Senior Livestock Evaluation - Lane Egger, Lakeview
Meats Evaluation - Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 
Nursery & Landscape - Jacob Neil, Freeman
Veterinary Science - Kelley Bode, Burwell